On Aug. 11, a Shell-operated pipeline leaked approximately 2 bbl of oil into the U.S. Gulf of Mexico.
Cheniere Energy in June asked the Biden administration for an exemption from new curbs to be imposed later this year on emissions of cancer-causing chemicals like formaldehyde and benzene, which the Environmental Protection Agency is currently deciding.
Equinor's Castberg FPSO, located in the Arctic Johan Castberg oilfield, is expected to onstream in fourth-quarter 2024.
After declaring a force majeure following a site explosion in June, Freeport LNG retracted it, instead citing human error as the cause of the explosion.
The U.S. Coast Guard reported that less than 14,000 gallons of crude oil spilled from an oil tank platform failure in Louisiana.
BSEE is requiring oil and gas operators in the Gulf of Mexico to include a reporting schedule for hurricane and storm evacuations.
Today’s featured 25 Influential Women in Energy honoree is Morgan Hager, vice president of health, safety, environment and regulatory at Chesapeake Energy based in Oklahoma City.
“We have to strive to eliminate customization for the sake of customization and truly apply where there is value in the approach,” Raymond Jones, vice president of LNG projects, Exxon Mobil, said in a standardization panel at the 2022 OTC.
Federal regulators, including the PHMSA, have recently put renewed focus on leak detection for natural gas and liquid pipelines, which API’s two revised liquid pipeline leak detection standards support.